After a long gap, Deepika and Ranbir are back together with a romantic drama 'Tamasha'. While the 'Piku' actress is having a good run at the box office with back to back hit films, Ranbir's last few films - 'Besharam', 'Roy' and 'Bombay Velvet' - have failed to catch viewers' attention.
    
When asked whether Deepika would be prove lucky for him in terms of box office success, Ranbir told reporters, "It is not fair to label anyone as lucky charm. Deepika has worked very hard to be here (in the top). She is a dedicated person. I do hope her luck works on me and not mine on her."
    
"It's very good. It depends on 'Tamasha'. If the film becomes successful then everyone would be happy to see our pairing," Ranbir said.
    
Both of them were last seen in Karan Johar's home production film 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani', which turned out to be a hit and their on-screen chemistry was appreciated.

    
The 'Rockstar' actor said it is inspiring to work with her. "Deepika and I worked in the second film of our career 'Bachna Ae Haseeno' and then after a long time, we worked together in 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' and now 'Tamasha'," he said.
    
"I have seen her growth as an actress. There is so much to learn from her. It is not only heart-warming but inspiring and encouraging to work with her," he said.
    
Though his last few films have not done well, Ranbir doesn't feel the pressure for his next film.

In pics: Ranbir, Deepika during 'Tamasha' trailer launch

    
"There is lesser pressure as we have talented people like Deepika and Imtiaz on board for 'Tamasha'. Imtiaz Ali always brings the best in me and so is the case with Deepika. I have less pressure when I am working with them," he said.
    
The film is set to release on November 27 and Ranbir says he would not leave any stone unturned for the promotion of the film.
    
On the title of the film, Ranbir says, "We are in showbiz...'Tamasha' can be good or bad. But there has to be limit to it. I have earlier worked with Deepika and Imtiaz and I have had a great experience. With 'Rockstar' I learnt a lot of things," he said.

 

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